At the Crossroads for Feed2JS

Alan Levine, Apr 02, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Alan levine is looking to shut down Feed2JS, not because of the cost and the hassle (though both are substantial) but because, after ten years, it's time to move on to something else. He comments, "The code is old. The MagpieRSS parser is old." I can't say I blame him. I've had things I set up as experiments - things like the Referrer System (which at its peak was generating 800K hits per day) and Edu_RSS (which wasn't) - that I let go. And I think he should relax - this isn't at all like Google letting Reader go. (Photo: Bert Werk)

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